Bishop Oyedepo Distributes Food to Ogun Homes

Bishop David Oyedepo, the presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has started a weekly food distribution exercise to the people of Ogun State.

The church’s media and editorial board chairman, Prof Sheriff Folarin, made this known in a statement to newsmen.

The statement said that the food items would be delivered to homes of the less privileged as part of relief measures, to help alleviate the people’s hardship during the lockdown in the state.

“These weekly relief packages complement the continuous and phased support to the governments of Ogun, Lagos and Abuja in the fight against the coronavirus that is spiralling in numbers, in Nigeria and the world.”

The statement also said, “Some three weeks ago, it would be recalled, the Living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners’ Chapel International) donated medical equipment worth hundreds of millions of Naira to the governments of Ogun, Lagos and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.”

The food distribution exercise began three weeks ago and is aimed at reaching out to every local government area in the state. Ogun state has 20 local government areas.
The food items include tens of thousands of bags of rice, beans, garri and other staples that are common in Nigerian menu and homes.

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